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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 04:35pm
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HS Teams entering Gym for warm-ups

Can't see if there has been a post on this. Our officiating group is aware of the Point of Emphasis of teams entering the gym for warm-ups are not to circle the gym prior to warm-ups and go directly to their end of the gym, but we can't find a consequence if a team does this. Give them a verbal warning, then report it to our officials association? Give them a technical to start the game? How are others handling this
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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 04:55pm
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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 04:56pm
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They want us to give a T and be on the court when teams enter.

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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 05:50pm
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They want us to give a T and be on the court when teams enter.

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Did this at at Thansgiving tournament last weekend.
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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 06:02pm
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Did this at at Thansgiving tournament last weekend.
I did it last year to both teams in the same game. Fun times man, fun times.

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They want us to give a T and be on the court when teams enter.

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Ditto. My partner sprinted to prevent a team from doing this the other night. Unfortunately, this was the team that I visited about 2 weeks ago, and one of the points I expressly emphasized to them.
We had a pre-season game where both teams did this, and I suggested to the R that both teams could get Ts, both coaches would sit for the entire game, and we still would begin with a jump ball. He was very tempted.....
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Just following the rules......

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I did it last year to both teams in the same game. Fun times man, fun times.

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Big meanie! Consistent though!

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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 06:18pm
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Where in the rule book?

I understand giving a technical for teams doing this as a warm-up, but where in the rule book could you refer to as giving you authority to do this?
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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 06:19pm
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I understand giving a technical for teams doing this as a warm-up, but where in the rule book could you refer to as giving you authority to do this?
Unsportsmanlike conduct...if that's what your association deems this action to be.
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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 06:36pm
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They want us to give a T and be on the court when teams enter.

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Where in the officials' manual (or rule book) is it stated that the floor officials must be present on the court when the teams come on the court?
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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 06:39pm
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Where in the officials' manual (or rule book) is it stated that the floor officials must be present on the court when the teams come on the court?
Doesn't matter if it's in the rules book or mechanics book if the accepted practice in one's state/conference/association dictates that officials be on the floor before hand.
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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 07:03pm
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Where in the officials' manual (or rule book) is it stated that the floor officials must be present on the court when the teams come on the court?
If you have paid any attention to things I say here, we do not use the official's manual and we do not work for the NF. The NF does not dictate what we do here (or anywhere for that matter) as officials and what procedures we follow.

I think I have said this before.

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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 07:20pm
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If you have paid any attention to things I say here, we do not use the official's manual and we do not work for the NF. The NF does not dictate what we do here (or anywhere for that matter) as officials and what procedures we follow.

I think I have said this before.

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ok, so then what's the IAABO state then since not using NF Mechanics?

Or the IHSA?
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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 07:22pm
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ok, so then what's the IAABO state then since not using NF Mechanics?

Or the IHSA?
I know nothing about IAABO as we are not members around here as a requirement.

I stated what the IHSA said already.

Why don't you tell us what the Washington does in this manner? (Please don't).

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Old Wed Nov 30, 2011, 07:27pm
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Why don't you tell us what the Washington does in this manner? (Please don't).
How can I answer a question when I do not know the answer?

I am used to seeing the floor officials arrive on the court after the teams have started to warmup (18:00-16:00 left in warm-up)

Not saying that is correct or incorrect however.
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